About National Teams

The country’s best athletes earn the honor to represent Team USA at international competitions as a member of the US Squash National Team. US Squash selects, organizes and funds these teams, oversees team development and training, and provides direct financial support to the best American athletes.

US Squash serves as the only national governing body and membership organization for the sport in the United States, driving squash forward at every level, from grassroots to high performance programs. National Team players embody a core element of US Squash’s mission: “achieving competitive excellence at the highest levels.”

Five Americans to Contest Cleveland Classic

Five Americans will contest the fifteenth Cleveland Classic, including world No. 11 Olivia Fiechter and world No. 12 Olivia Blatchford Clyne, who enter the $51,250 PSA Bronze draw as the three and four seeds, respectively, January 27-31, at the Cleveland Racquet Club. Live streaming is available on Court 1 and Court 2, and live scores are available on psaworldtour.com/pages/live. Three Americans will be in first round action Thursday, January 27. World No. 36 Haley Mendez will...

Harrity and Khan Gear up for Motor City Open

Team USA's Shahjahan Khan and Todd Harrity will contest the Sturbridge Capital Motor City Open alongside some of the world's top-ranked players, January 26-30, at the Birmingham Athletic Club in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Watch live streaming and follow more tournament coverage on themotorcityopen.com. Both Americans enter the tournament with first-round matches on Wednesday, January 26. Harrity, world No. 35, will be aiming for his second Motor City Open first round victory in his fifth tournament appearance...

Shahjahan Khan and Harrity Become Highest-Ranked U.S. Men in a Decade; Fiechter Reaches Career High

Team USA's Shahjahan Khan and Todd Harrity rose to career-high rankings of world No. 34 and 35, respectively, this month, becoming the first top-thirty-five-ranked U.S. men in a decade since Julian Illingworth, while Olivia Fiechter celebrates a new career high world No. 11 ranking. Khan cracked the top forty for the first time in December at world No. 37, propelled by a quarterfinal appearance in November's $50,000 Malaysian Open. The twenty-six-year-old then reached the final...

Book Review: BIG DATA

From Squash MagazineOne of the benefits of the U.S. Open arriving at Drexel University in 2011 has been a myriad of interactions between the...

2020-2021 Milestones

From Squash Magazine2020-2021 Milestones   Deaths Marwan Mahmoud AbdelnabyMarwan Mahmoud died in August 2020 at age twenty-four. The Egyptian had starred at Penn and was getting a...

Outside the Glass: Qamar Zaman

From Squash MagazineQamar Zaman was the original Conjuror, a magical player who a half century ago enthralled audiences around the world. British Open champion,...